The highly anticipated futuristic action film, “Ganapath,” starring Tiger Shroff and Kriti Sanon, has hit theaters, and the reviews are in. Unfortunately, the verdict is not positive. According to Hindustan Times, the film has a very bleak future.
Directed by Vikas Bahl, “Ganapath” is set in a dystopian world where the rich and powerful rule over the poor and oppressed. Shroff is a reluctant fighter who transforms into a one-man army to take on the corrupt system and save his loved ones.
While the concept of the film is intriguing, the execution falls short. Critics have panned the film for its weak storyline, poor character development, and lackluster performances. The Indian Express described the film as “terrible,” with “practically no redeeming feature in its nearly two and half hours runtime.” The film has also been criticized for its excessive violence and lack of emotional depth.
Despite the criticism, Shroff’s fans have praised his action sequences and impressive physique. However, it seems that even his chiseled abs cannot distract from the film’s many flaws.
“Ganapath” is the latest in a string of disappointing Bollywood films. While the film industry has faced many challenges in recent years, including the COVID-19 pandemic, it is clear that audiences are demanding more from their movies. As the industry continues to evolve, it is up to filmmakers to rise to the challenge and deliver entertaining and thought-provoking films.
In the meantime, “Ganapath” serves as a cautionary tale of what can happen when a film’s potential is squandered. The film may have a bleak future, but perhaps it will serve as a wake-up call for the industry to do better.